Annapurna Milk Scheme: Nunihal How to breed milk
Annapurna milk yojana: The question now is how and how much milk will be able to attract these children.
For the milk, utensils and other items in Annapurna milk scheme starting from July 2 in the state government schools, including the district, the government made a provision for the budget, but the provision of sugar has not been made. It seems that if there is no new amendment then the children may also have to drink fade milk. In the budget presented in the state Assembly in February this year, the Chief Minister announced the availability of milk to the children in the Mid Day Meal Scheme.
Two thousand five hundred rupees to buy essential utensils for the milk and twenty rupees for every glass has been given. Milk is usually mixed with sugar only. It is referring to where the milk will be found in directions, but nothing has been said about sugar. Milk was added to Mid Day Meal with the hope of enhancing the attraction of school in small children and cent percent of the children’s halt. Now the question is how and how much milk will be able to attract these children.
Annapurna Milk Scheme will be started from July 2 under the announcement of the Chief Minister’s budget. Under this, children studying in classes I to VIII of all primary, upper primary schools, madarsas and special training centers will be given high quality hot and fresh milk for three days a week. This milk will be made available immediately after the prayer meeting. Bharatvir, who is looking at the work of mid day meal, says that all preparations have been done. There is a provision of budget for buying milk and utensils. Whatever orders will come about sugar, it will be followed.
How much will it get
Class 1 to 5 150 mL per day
Class 6 to 8 200 ml per day
1 lakh 63 thousand will get
Presently, about one lakh 63 thousand children are being given mid day meal in Sikar. Milk will be distributed to it only. Apart from this, the increase in enrollment in July will increase further.